Latest in Motivation
  • FRANCO CIANFLONE
    Published about 2 hours ago
    Why reducing things to the ridiculous works

    Why reducing things to the ridiculous works

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  • Red Skye
    Published about 3 hours ago
    How I got a share portfolio with 1 million shares, in 6 months by chosing not to do something ...

    How I got a share portfolio with 1 million shares, in 6 months by chosing not to do something ...

    Have you ever added up how much you spend on cigarettes in a month? At the current time it costs $ 59+ for a packet of cigarettes, I smoke a pack a day that added up to around $1,800 going up in smoke literally. As a pensioner I simply could not afford it when the cost of smoking reached that level, and I've been trying to quit for the last three years.
  • Annette Kim
    Published about 3 hours ago
    The Art of Loving Yourself — Part 1 of 8
  • Kapil Goel
    Published about 3 hours ago
    3 steps to make faster and fearless decisions in life

    3 steps to make faster and fearless decisions in life

    Be fearless and confident while taking important decisions of life.
  • Jermaine Bouyer
    Published about 3 hours ago
    Setting Goals

    Setting Goals

    What are goals, and why do they matter? A goal is a future task created which a person or group of people would have to work for. One might want to buy a car, so a goal would be to collect enough money to buy a car. A student in school would have a goal of getting a degree or certification. A person might even have a simple goal of waking up at a certain time in the morning.
  • The Social
    Published about 4 hours ago
    Forgive Them And Forgive Yourself For Allowing Them To Hurt You

    Forgive Them And Forgive Yourself For Allowing Them To Hurt You

    When someone treats you badly and unfairly, when someone breaks your heart and wounds your soul, when someone shatters your dreams and hopes of a better tomorrow… you must know how to deal with that amount of pain so that its effects won’t be detrimental for your wellbeing.
Staff Picks
  • Nikki Sanchez
    Published 3 days ago
    Books to Read If You're Going Through a Quarter-Life Crisis

    Books to Read If You're Going Through a Quarter-Life Crisis

    Man, oh man. Turn on your vintage John Mayer albums (yes, he's now vintage), and let's talk about these books that will help you survive your quarter-life crisis.
  • Rebekah Sian Crawley
    Published 17 days ago
    9 Instagram Accounts That Will Help You Fall in Love with Yourself Again

    9 Instagram Accounts That Will Help You Fall in Love with Yourself Again

    The world of social media can feel a little daunting at times can't it? Fancy food, holiday pics, models, super models, more super models. There's a chance when we're sat on the couch with the same Mum bun we've had in for three days; dipping a penguin into a jar of Nutella; whilst surfing the gram; between tackling laundry mountain, it could possibly, make us feel a tad inferior. I'm definitely not using those examples because they're exactly what I'm doing right now as I type this… There's Nutella on my shirt? That's somebody else's Nutella! Don't you look at me like that!
  • Darienne Lewis
    Published about a month ago
    Celebrating Capabilites

    Celebrating Capabilites

    This year, we have been forced to think of sacrifice and the things we can’t do. Now is the perfect time to switch our focus to all the things we can do.
  • Jide Okonjo
    Published about a month ago
    Celebrating During A Pandemic
  • Victoria Simone
    Published about a month ago
    2020 Summer Lovin!!

    2020 Summer Lovin!!

    Summer 2020 is approaching and I know what you’re thinking, SUMMER IS NOT CANCELED! While plenty of businesses are re-opening just in time for summer I'm going to give you a few tips on how to enjoy your summer while still abiding by the stay-at-home-rules. You can have fun and be creative while inspiring others and being influential during this dark and crutial time for some people. Don’t give up hope just yet, here are some fun things you can still do during this pandemic to make the most out of your favorite season.
  • Jamie Jackson
    Published 2 months ago
    The Simple Rule I Have to Ensure I Keep on Creating

    The Simple Rule I Have to Ensure I Keep on Creating

    Creativity is a mystery to everyone. Let's just damn well admit it. No-one knows how it works, else we'd all be hammering out best-selling novels, platinum albums and have 5 billion Youtube views.
Advice
  • HowToFind .com
    Published about 5 hours ago
    4 Laws Of Emotional Detachment

    4 Laws Of Emotional Detachment

    Within the focus of personal growth and spirituality, the term detachment is key to achieving happiness.
  • Britney Marie
    Published about 6 hours ago
    Live Your Best Life

    Live Your Best Life

    You always hear "live your best life" but what does that actually mean?
  • Corinna Bybee
    Published about 10 hours ago
    10 things I've learned in 24 years

    10 things I've learned in 24 years

    This week was my 24th birthday, so I decided to share some of my life lessons to commemorate it and maybe help a few of you! I'm in a constant personal development journey, but these are a few of the things I've learned along the way.
Book Review
  • Sonia Cook
    Published about 4 hours ago
    Collaboration vs. Competition

    Collaboration vs. Competition

    Competition is easier to understand and run, while cooperation is more complex and fragile. Cooperation is difficult to establish but easy to destroy; it is a form of harmonious relationships which people and the government need to comprehend. Unfortunately, business and education systems continue to encourage competition, almost ignoring the power of collaboration and maintaining the cherished belief that competition is the way to success. However, cooperative businesses have higher incomes, cooperative students have higher grades, and hiring managers, who are able to work together, have fewer vacant jobs. Scientists, who consider themselves cooperative, have more published papers than their competitive colleagues. It is not surprising that cooperation enhances creativity. This book report aims to discuss whether competition described in The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins is a better form of governance than collaboration depicted in Ecotopia by Ernest Callenbach.
  • Nikki Sanchez
    Published 3 days ago
    Books to Read If You're Going Through a Quarter-Life Crisis

    Books to Read If You're Going Through a Quarter-Life Crisis

    Man, oh man. Turn on your vintage John Mayer albums (yes, he's now vintage), and let's talk about these books that will help you survive your quarter-life crisis.
  • Norene Cashen
    Published 5 days ago
    Discovering 50 Cent: Philosopher of Fearlessness

    Discovering 50 Cent: Philosopher of Fearlessness

    My quest for knowledge about human potential has driven me to read hundreds of books. But lately I’ve noticed that every title I pick up feels like a rehash of the previous one. Yes to positive thinking. Yes to meditation. Yes to awareness. I’m all about those things. But something needed to shift.
Goals
  • Red Skye
    Published about 3 hours ago
    How I got a share portfolio with 1 million shares, in 6 months by chosing not to do something ...

    How I got a share portfolio with 1 million shares, in 6 months by chosing not to do something ...

    Have you ever added up how much you spend on cigarettes in a month? At the current time it costs $ 59+ for a packet of cigarettes, I smoke a pack a day that added up to around $1,800 going up in smoke literally. As a pensioner I simply could not afford it when the cost of smoking reached that level, and I've been trying to quit for the last three years.
  • Jermaine Bouyer
    Published about 3 hours ago
    Setting Goals

    Setting Goals

    What are goals, and why do they matter? A goal is a future task created which a person or group of people would have to work for. One might want to buy a car, so a goal would be to collect enough money to buy a car. A student in school would have a goal of getting a degree or certification. A person might even have a simple goal of waking up at a certain time in the morning.
  • Paulina Pachel
    Published about 7 hours ago
    The Power of Grit: Acquiring the Apprentice Mindset

    The Power of Grit: Acquiring the Apprentice Mindset

    As I sit here, I feel incredibly misunderstood.
Happiness
  • Travae Jones
    Published about 11 hours ago
    Clarity

    Clarity

    The Brink between infinity and conclusion grows from the pillar of understanding. Sweet melodies of temptation are always ever present to distract me from you. Secular entanglements, whose sole purpose is to drive me to non-conclusive dead ends. Often, I find you stupendously elusive of my mental grasp of comprehension. You become sifter and more cunning the more time elapses, and I have to dig deeper into my psyche for stability. You are almost synonymous with perfection in the sense that components of you can be reached but it's hard to fulfill you at 100%.
  • Angela Fosnaugh
    Published a day ago
    Multifaceted

    Multifaceted

    Each person born into the existence of time is created with a vast array of colors hidden within their soul. If you can imagine an artists color wheel. It goes from the whitest white to the deepest of black. In the middle there lies a bounty of colors. Icy Lemon to Sunburst Yellow. Periwinkle to Midnight Blue. Bubblegum Pink to Garnet Red and the colors go on and on.
  • AquAb C
    Published a day ago
    Hope

    Hope

    So what to write about for my first story?
Healing
  • The Social
    Published about 4 hours ago
    Forgive Them And Forgive Yourself For Allowing Them To Hurt You

    Forgive Them And Forgive Yourself For Allowing Them To Hurt You

    When someone treats you badly and unfairly, when someone breaks your heart and wounds your soul, when someone shatters your dreams and hopes of a better tomorrow… you must know how to deal with that amount of pain so that its effects won’t be detrimental for your wellbeing.
  • Melissa Cummins
    Published about 6 hours ago
    I Tried Regret, Once

    I Tried Regret, Once

    I tried regret once.
  • Teresa Wegrzyn
    Published a day ago
    SHHHH.....

    SHHHH.....

    There aren't a ton of things that give me peace in this world. The ocean, yes indeed, the ocean. I used to go down the shore when I lived in New Jersey, not during tourist season but in the fall or winter. I would bring my journal and just write to the music of the waves. I let my long, thick hair loose for the wind to take. The feeling of having my hair blowing this way and that was like magic. I couldn't control how it blew. I didn't care about the tangled mess that would come, I just let the wind weave in and out, back and forth while I wrote my deepest secrets to myself. This was wind making love to me in that special way that only it could. I sure do miss that.
How To
  • awanwrite
    Published 9 days ago
    How to stay with “Optimal Health” every day of the week

    How to stay with “Optimal Health” every day of the week

    Your brain is at its peak in the morning. And you can get your best work and tasks done without a struggle. But distractions can the best of us. You get distracted and procrastinate. You make plans the previous day to get your most important task done first thing in the morning, but you don’t follow through on them. You are able to get things done… but not the right things.
  • Nkeonye Judith IZUKA
    Published 16 days ago
    It's Those Little Things…

    It's Those Little Things…

    It's been very dark lately. Some may say it has always been dark. Regardless, there are certain things that make me smile. So that the whiteness of my teeth brings some light in the darkness. Pun intended!
  • Andrew Munro
    Published 17 days ago
    The Secret Trait All Successful People Share
Self Help
Social Media
  • Janny C
    Published 9 days ago
    From Music to Motivation: Let Love Rule

    From Music to Motivation: Let Love Rule

    I lately discovered a light amongst the social media craze that caught my attention. It also felt that this needed MORE attention. Me being a writer, reviewer, and promoter I thought I would use my skills to do thusly. Not sure this is something to boast about, but I am a Facebook user. I love Facebook and have built a fine, glorious empire on it. Facebook is like my little black book from the days of old. Therefore, this is why I am still am on Facebook; I think. I just cannot delete all that hard work. Just the thought of it makes me wince. Being on social media, though, especially Facebook, you find so much darkness, negativity, stupidity, conspiracy, and fear. Brought to us by our lovely media news who are no better. It warms my heart seeing someone bringing in genuine love in this our darkest times. Sure, there are tons of people out there with love, light and positivity spiel. This person’s light though shined the brightest. It was not a cool fad to them, but something REAL. It was the truth. They get the enormous picture! Their love is spreading too. Their name?
  • Rebekah Sian Crawley
    Published 17 days ago
    9 Instagram Accounts That Will Help You Fall in Love with Yourself Again

    9 Instagram Accounts That Will Help You Fall in Love with Yourself Again

    The world of social media can feel a little daunting at times can't it? Fancy food, holiday pics, models, super models, more super models. There's a chance when we're sat on the couch with the same Mum bun we've had in for three days; dipping a penguin into a jar of Nutella; whilst surfing the gram; between tackling laundry mountain, it could possibly, make us feel a tad inferior. I'm definitely not using those examples because they're exactly what I'm doing right now as I type this… There's Nutella on my shirt? That's somebody else's Nutella! Don't you look at me like that!
  • The Moon Studioz
    Published 28 days ago
    Survival in the time of the new normal

    Survival in the time of the new normal

    The Coronavirus global pandemic-inflicted lockdown has changed all things for all people. In India, with no certainty about when the lockdown will be lifted, ‘stay at home’ and ‘work from home’ have gone beyond fashionable mantras and become lifestyle imperatives.
Success
  • LEED ANONYMOUS
    Published about 11 hours ago
    STFOTMI

    STFOTMI

    This is for readers who are like me, someone who is trying to make it in a society that is so... ridiculously dysfunctional.
  • MUHAMMAD ADIL
    Published 2 days ago
    11 Influential Traits Of Leadership

    11 Influential Traits Of Leadership

    There are two forms of leadership. the first one, and by far the most effective, is leadership by consent of and with the sympathy of, the followers. The second is leadership by force without the consent and sympathy of followers.
  • Safeera Ahmed
    Published 2 days ago
    Coming As You Are

    Coming As You Are

    A blank page can be one of the scariest things, starting completely from scratch. I feel there is so much expectation before even starting, the expectation for something to be perfect, your best, meaningful, the kickstarter, breath-taking, inspiring, it has to be everything at once. You're buried by the weight of all these unachievable expectations that you don't even start. You leave before trying. But here’s the importance of coming as you are, you're not perfect, flawless, awe-inspiring - but what is great is that you are you.